Amanda is a medium early, processing variety for the production of excellent dehydrated potatoes and French fries. It also can be merchandised as ware potato with cooking type C . Amanda is outstanding in resistances against PCN Ro1, Ro4, Pa2, Pa3 and wart diseases race 1 and 6. It produces oval tubers with yellow skin and creamy flesh color. Dry matter achieves 23%. Very good tolerances against rhizoctonia, black leg, common scab and tuber blight.


Maturity Medium early
Plant type Intermediate
Growth habit Semi-upright
Color of flower White
Foliage development Rapid
Number of tubers High
Dormancy Medium, High

Tuber characteristics

Tuber shape Oval
Flesh color Light yellow
Eye depth Shallow
Skin color Yellow
Skin characteristic Netted


Nematodes Ro 1, Ro 4, Pa 2 (8), Pa 3
Potato wart disease Race 1, Race 6
Leaf blight Medium, High
Tuber blight Medium, High
Rhizoctonia Medium
Black leg High
Internal rust spot Medium
Damages High
Bruising Medium, High
PLRV Medium, High

Yield and Quality

Market outlet Ware, French fries, Dehydrated potato products, little potatoes
Yield Medium, High
Share oversize Low
Share undersize Medium
Cooking type Mealy cooking
After cooking discoloration Low
Discoloration raw Very low, Low
Dry matter content Medium